Summary: Small business. The smallest member of the Dell Latitude series has had a hardware upgrade while remaining in its old case. It is now equipped with an Intel Atom N470 processor, faster DDR2-6400 memory, a touchscreen with a higher resolution and a 3G module.
Pros: Robust case, Comfortable keyboard with good workmanship, Modern Intel hardware, Good touchscreen, Very customizable with good support from Dell, One version available with Ubuntu Linux 9.10, Low system noise, How customizable the netbook is; and its updated hardware, rubberized surfaces, touchsc...
Cons: Case is chunky and heavy, Limited range of ports, Bulky six-cell battery, Mediocre screen which performs badly outside, No access panels on the underside
Excerpt: The new Dell Latitude 2110 is a netbook aimed at businesses and schools, with a tough, rubberised finish that's designed to withstand a lot of punishment. It's fitted with an Intel Atom N470 processor and its 10.1in widescreen LCD has a resistive touch interface.
Summary: The Dell Latitude 2110 is a robust and attractive netbook. However, we suspect the touchscreen will be of limited usefulness and many of the more practical features in our review unit don't actually come as standard and cost more on top of the already high price.